Stage 1: Development
– The script for a movie, that you’ve always dreamt of making, or you’ve already made, is written.
– You go through the process and do several passes at different storyboards. Some have already been completed or are being written. Others are just going through the process of being written.
– On this list, I put the screenplay in the general order of what I see it getting. Most of the time, even when I do not have a specific storyboard, I will look at the initial storyboard and just look at it very carefully.
– Sometimes if I am very impatient, I will look at the initial storyboard and say “this is the first version of the story I have. We’re going to change this part or change it completely.”
Stage 2: Development Storyboarding
– The writers and directors and other members of the production team will come in, work them hard and try to get them more than one draft (the first draft is usually quite rough), and if they don’t find the changes, they will put them into revision.
– There is a lot of fighting. There is also a lot of love. You can’t please everybody.
– If the storyboards are not satisfactory or too drastic, they will have to be refined (revised a couple more times with different directors watching).
Stage 3: Revised Storyboards
– When the storyboard is revised it will be adjusted further to try and get the character we had in our mind more vivid or different.
– Even though every storyboard is changing, if you were to ask yourself “What’s changed in the story?,” you may not get the whole picture.
– This stage can go for months. Some stories take a very long time to go through due to the complexity of the story and/or the storyboard changes.
Stage 4: Revision Storyboards
– This is the stage where the storyboard will be changed further, more drastically, and we will ask the director/writers to put the character back in place.
There are a lot of things that go on in this stage. As I have written, it is the very bottom of the movie. For example, the character may change or grow or disappear. It is very hard to get into the film’s soul and why the story is not working or what’s wrong with the character.
Stage 5: Re-
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